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The Asian Poker Tour (APT) Vietnam VND 6 Billion GTD Championships Occasion drew 192 entries, simply smashing the VND 6 Billion assure and producing VND 6,518,400,000 in prizepool. The highest 20 gamers had been assured to revenue, with a VND 1,655,320,000 reserved for the eventual champion.

July 13 noticed Day Three of the occasion with a complete of 24 returning to battle it out for VND 1,655,320,000 (INR 49 Lac). The day started at degree 17 with 4000/ 8000 blinds and Filipino professional Vamerdino Magsakay (718,000) had the chip lead. Cash bubble burst within the very subsequent degree when China’s Chen Dajza bought busted by Joseph Talamayan. There have been Three Indians within the working, particularly Ashish Munot (328,000 ), Laksh Pal Singh (243,000) and Sumit Sapra (305,000 ). Whereas Sapra exited earlier than the bubble, Laksh Pal Singh ran deeper and completed near FT in 16th for VND 83,160,000. Pal had pocket Aces in opposition to pocket threes of Lim Chor Heng however the latter flopped a set to bust Pal from the match.

Thereafter, eliminations continued till degree 22 that noticed Tran Huy Hoang exit in ninth place for VND 172,440,000. Following the 9th place elimination, play for the day was halted. Filipino professional Joseph Talamayan (3,715,000) emerged because the chip chief and can lead the ultimate eight right this moment. Munot was the one Indian to make FT within the occasion and he bagged the third largest stack with 1,041,000. He stacked as much as practically 1 million throughout degree 21 when his pocket queens bested AK of Vamerdino Magsakay.

Recognized for his exploits on the online felts, Chennai participant Munot has been working exhausting on his Stay sport and it’s exhibiting in his outcomes during the last one yr. He has constantly been making deep runs in home tournaments like DPT and WPT India and is now well-poised to win the APT Championships Occasion title. We congratulate and want him good luck for the ultimate day of the occasion!

A complete of 6 Indian gamers had made it to Day 2 among the many 74 survivors from the 2 flights. Three Indians – Manoj Pentakota, Vaibhav Sharma and Manish Lakhotia couldn’t carry their stack to Day 3.

 Last eight Chip Counts At Day Three Finish:

  1. Joseph Talamayan – 3,715,000
  2. Oliver Helm –  1,476,000
  3. Ashish Munot – 1,041,000
  4. David Erquiaga – 934,000
  5. Vamerdino Magsakay –  893,000
  6. Nguyen Nam Duong – 637,000
  7. Tanaka Masatoshi – 439,000
  8. Lim Chor Heng – 390,000